GoGreen sponsors the Eco Village for The Ultra Music Festival in Miami 2019

GoGreen was a proud sponsor of the Ultra Music Festival’s Eco Village for 2019.  Aligned with other wonderful organizations like Lean Orb, Unify, The New Tropic, Lady Green Recycling, Namo, SurfRider Foundation and others, the Eco Village spread the following message: 

In an effort to engage the community in joining us on this mission, we are pleased to undertake the following initiatives:

·        Engaging attendees in our Mission: Home environmental initiatives through our onsite Mission Control team.

·        Expanding the onsite Eco Village to provide increased environmental education and awareness content.

·        Introducing an environmental volunteer program through Clean Vibes in which volunteers can assist Clean Vibes with our recycling and composting programs as well as our Leave No Trace initiatives.

·        Participating in education, restoration and cleanup events on Virginia Key after our event.

·        Educating vendors, staff and crew on Ultra’s sustainability initiatives.

LBGT Stonewall Festival

GoGreen was proud to be the only curbside recycling choice at the annual 2018 Stonewall LBGT Festival in Wilton Manors Florida.  All attendees recycled responsibly throughout the weekend festival.  Our EcoBins provide the community with the perfect recycling option during festivals, or any other day of the year.  Thank you to all our sponsors for helping our clean streets initiative.

Municipal Elected Official’s strong support for our EcoBins

GoGreen launched its clean streets initiative in the City of Wilton Manors, right in the heart of Fort Lauderdale in South Florida.  During the launch, we tested the exterior and interior of the eco bin which prompted several design changes and improvements.  We also engaged with the community to educate them on how to use the eco bin and why it was important for the community.  We were overwhelmed by the support from local businesses who pledged sponsorship for periods  from 1 to 3 years.  The Clean Streets initiative proved that the community can and will take ownership of their environment when given the chance.  Illuminated recycling logos and deposit doors caught the attention of the pedestrian traffic and alerted them to recycle responsibly.